The staff and volunteers at Royal Animal Refuge take the time to get to know each animal. Our shelter houses dogs, cats and other rescued or pets. To help dispel preconceived notions regarding specific breeds, our facility is breed-free. We present animals on their positive attributes and characteristics such as, “we have a great dog (or cat)… would you like to meet it?”
If you are interested in adopting a pet, click here for more information.
We need volunteers and Royal Animal Refuge cannot be successful without you!! Volunteering at an animal shelter can be a challenging and rewarding experience. Every volunteer is important to our success in our mission to shelter dogs and cats until we are able to find them forever homes. We have a list of positions that we are seeking to fill. Let us know if you would like to be a part of our great organization!
Click here to complete our online Volunteer Form!
Royal Animal Refuge is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization so all donations, financial and other items, are tax deductible.
Our immediate needs include corporate sponsors and monthly donations for our 30/330 project. We simply cannot exist without your generous donations. As we plan fundraising events, we will reach out to the community for items we may need at that time.
Click here to donate.
Can’t wait to see how this unfolds…
“What a relief! So thankful someone who knows what they’re doing has a viable plan to help so many of these helpless babies. Can’t wait to see how this unfolds & mark my words, there will no doubt be a HUGE outpouring of support from our Fayette County residents. WE LOVE ANIMALS & we don’t need our elected officials approval to do what’s right for them!!”Cheryl Anthony
the most common questions
Q: How does Royal Animal Refuge help the county shelter?
A: We work with the shelter to help eliminate overcrowding in their facility. Additionally, if they have companion animals that have not been adopted and may be euthanized, we rescue the animal from their shelter and provide a place where the animal can live and play in a less stressful environment while it waits for an adoptive family.
Q: Where can I adopt a pet?
A: We are located at 341 Senoia Rd, Peachtree City, GA 30269, behind Peachtree City Animal Clinic. As of the beginning of September, we currently have 10 rescue dogs. If you are interested in adopting, please contact us through our Adoption request.
Q: How can I volunteer to help?
A: We are in need of lots of volunteers in different capacities such as fostering, remodeling and outfitting our facility, installing fencing, landscaping, caring for and interacting with the animals, social media and marketing, and many other positions. To volunteer, please visit our Volunteer page.